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This collection consists of handwritten list of Texas Counties Tax Rolls from 1837 until 1846. Some of the counties are arranged in alphabetical order.
1 box (.5 linear feet).
This collection consists of theatre programs from various theatre groups in Tarrant County. The records in the collection date from 1955-2016 The extent of the collection is 2 boxes (1 linear foot).
This collection consists of materials collected by Tina Walls relating to the Fort Worth Police Department.
This collection consists primarily of blueprints for the Fort Worth Refinery of the Transcontinental Oil Company. It also includes blueprints of their Boynton Refinery in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The records date from 1916-1920, and the extent of the collection is 1 box (.5 linear feet).
The collection is composed of descriptive lists, correspondence, minutes, scrapbooks, annual proceedings, and other materials created or collected by the Robert E. Lee Camp of United Confederate Veterans in Fort Worth, Texas from 1890 to 1938. Of particular significance are the Descriptive Lists written by Confederate veterans belonging to the Lee Camp in 1897-1898 and 1908-1912 describing their affiliation with the Army of the Confederate States of America and their war experiences.
The Van Cliburn Foundation Records consist of programs from the Cliburn Concerts and the Van Cliburn Competitions, a newsletter, and a competition brochure from 1961. The materials date from 1961-2005 and measure .8 linear feet (2 boxes).
This collection consists of materials on the Walling Family that Weldon Hudson collected while doing research for various clients.
The Weldon Hudson Collection consists of genealogical research Mr. Hudson conducted for clients and comprises 4.3 linear feet. The materials date from 1908-2002; the majority of which dates from 1977-2000. The collection is organized alphabetically in 12 boxes and includes correspondence, research materials, newspaper clippings, receipts, and photographs.
The Wesley Community House Records consists of meeting minutes and financial reports, other reports, narrative histores, ephemera, clippings, and scrapbooks.
This collection consists of meeting minutes, correspondence, financial records, as well as information about neighborhood activities and various topics that affected the neighborhood. In addition, there are two photo albums and a plaque.
This collection consists of 2 transcripts and 2 audio cassette tapes from the oral history interviews Ken Hopkins conducted with Willard Barr on January 31, 1995, and February 8, 1995. Of the two transcripts, the first has some editing marks but is dated January 31, 1998, whereas the cassette tape is labeled January 31, 1995. No final transcript is available. The collection measures .2 linear feet (1 box).
The Collection consists on 79 box (28 linear feet) of materials relating to the Fort Worth Community Theatre and the career of Wiliam Garber. The collection is arranged into eleven series. The bulk of the materials date from 1950 until 2006 although a few items date before 1950 especially some materials from Wooster College and a few published plays and programs.
Included in the Boaz collection are correspondence; bank notes; genealogy sheets; newspaper clippings; a photograph of the Santa Fe Bar, Fort Worth, Texas; warranty deed; and women’s suffrage essay. Comprehensive dates for the collection are 1885-2006.
The Woman’s Club of Fort Worth, Spectrum collection consists of six scrapbooks. The materials date from 1973-2000 and measure 1.46 linear feet (4 boxes). Included within the scrapbooks are clippings, photographs, invitations, programs, newsletters, correspondence and membership lists. The collection was made entirely of magnetic scrapbooks; they have been scanned, printed, and when possible, the original materials were saved.
Comprehensive dates for the records are 1986-2008; the extent is 8 boxes (2.6 linear feet) of material. The material includes membership records, financial reports, Celebrity Breakfast and program records, newsletters and meeting minutes. Materials, wherever possible, were left in the original order received from WPF. The records are arranged alphabetically and then chronologically.